LONGMONT – Infrastructure is scheduled to be completed in summer 2018 at West Grange, a new community from Boulder-based Markel Homes. The 126-acre parcel is located at the southeast corner of Nelson Road and 75th Street in southwest Longmont.
West Grange backs to hundreds of acres of Boulder County open space, set against rolling foothills and the peaks of the Back Range. Residents will enjoy access to numerous hiking and biking trails as well as convenience to Boulder, Hygiene, Lyons and other Boulder County destinations. The new 23-acre Dry Creek Community Park is just south of West Grange, with walking paths and an accessible playground, an 18-hole disc golf course, and Dry Creek Greenway trail connections. The expanded Lagerman Agricultural Preserve is just down the street on 75th.
West Grange has been approved for a build-out of 599 new homes. Current plans call for a mix of single-family and multi-family homes, including single-level and two-story homes, custom homes, duplexes and town homes. Markel Homes is partnering with Denver-based McStain Neighborhoods in the building of homes at West Grange.
“West Grange has been years in the planning process, and we’re pleased to be under way on this new multi-generational neighborhood that will appeal to a diverse set of homebuyers, from empty nesters to first-time buyers as well as families,” said Michael Markel, president of Markel Homes.
West Grange borders three award-winning Longmont schools, including Blue Mountain Elementary, Altona Middle School and Silver Creek High School, with parks and playing fields nearby. Walkways and pocket parks will bring green space to the diverse and architecturally interesting streetscape. The stores and shops along Hover Road and Village at the Peaks mall are minutes away.
Home buyers can expect to see ground breaking this summer into early fall, with the first homes completed early 2019. To get on the interest list or to learn more about Markel Homes’ plans for West Grange, visit WestGrangeLongmont.com.